Jay's New Game: A funny story to teach children that not all games are good

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Diane Therrien, Aug 4, 2014 - Juvenile Fiction - 30 pages
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 Jay loves playing games on his mobile phone and the new one called Delete Mum promises heaps of fun.

But something weird happens, when he deletes his mum in the game, he cannot find her in real life.

What is a boy supposed to do without his mum and how can he get her back?

 

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 Kamon was born in Nicolet, Quebec, a Metis Native First Nation, in 1957. Kamon has been living in Asia for 26 years; teaching abroad in both primary and secondary schools. Kamon's books are published in both languages, French and English. With more than 34 titles published, this new author writes books that are funny and promote mindfulness at the same time; Kamon's books are great for parents to read to their children or olders to read by themselves. Always very colorfully illustrated by Joey Krit or by herself, Kamon's books are highly relevant to today's children way of life. Enjoy reading Kamon!

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